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Updated December 16, 2005

Thomas L. Barcom

2359 Vi-Post Road

Richmond, IN 47374

(765) 935-2152

I am searching for surnames Barcom from Wisconsin and Canada, Meier later changed to Meyer from Wisconsin decended from John or Johann Meier in Germany, Johnston from the West Monroe, Oswego County New York area and the Sheboygan County Wisconsin area and Zettel from Wisconsin decended from Sebastian Zettel of Germany, the area of Bavaria.

The name Barcom stems from the French name Berthiuame and is spelled by some branches as Barcomb, Barcome and several others. The Barcom branch that I am most interested in came into the US from Canada.

Zettel is sometimes spelled Zettl. Sebastian, Maria and their three children settled in Leroy, Wisconsin. Son Joseph later moved to West Bend, Washington, Wisconsin while daughter Maria, Teresa and son Xaver remained in the Leroy area . Joseph's son Albert settled in Baron, Wisconsin while the rest of his children remained in the West Bend area.

Johan Meier settled in Washington County Wisconsin and his children settled primarily in the West Bend and Milwaukee, Wisconsin area. I am a direct decendant of son Leopold Wilhelm Meir Sr. During my lifetime there has not been contact with the other children of Johan and their decendants and in fact I did not even know that they existed. I am now trying to piece those branches together and would very much like to find living members of that part of our family tree.

Any help received will be very much appreciated and I would be most happy to share any information that I have.

Thomas L. Barcom

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